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Another WWE star scanned for WWE 2K16, Rock, RVD - Paige, WWE stock crash, 'Mania pics, more

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The Rock was the star this past weekend

- CNN has an article here about The Rock dominating this past weekend between hosting Saturday Night Live and his appearance at WrestleMania 31 this past weekend.

- As noted earlier, WWE stock dropped a whopping 14.71% today after WWE revealed the updated WWE Network subscriber count. I personally thought that the stock price would go up considering the subscriber count is up nearly 100% from when they first announced the number of subscribers last year. has an article about the stock dropping today and theorized it was due to the uncertainty of future growth based on comments from WWE CFO George Barrios.

"We are also confident in the long-term potential and understand subscriber growth could take many different paths," Barrios said. "For example, Network subscribers might show consistent sequential quarterly gains or the quarterly adoption curve could exhibit seasonality with year-over-year growth. Regardless, over the long-term, we believe WWE Network has the potential to drive significant economic returns."

- Forbes also has an article about the stock crashing at this link.

- updated their WrestleMania 31 photo diary at this link. One of the photos shows Rob Van Dam backstage at WrestleMania congratulating Paige after her tag match. Another photo show Rusev being scanned simultaneously by 96 cameras for WWE 2K16. We noted earlier, that NXT Divas Champion Sasha Banks was recently scanned for the game.

- Below are some more WrestleMania photos courtesy of @s72639yss and @JacobPixton, which we posted earlier on our Instagram account. In addition to posting exclusive photos, we will also be adding photos submitted by you guys from live events, autograph signings, etc. Make sure to follow us on Instagram at, and send us your photos by clicking here (select "Sending Photos" from the dropdown).

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